1 Park near Adel, Georgia
Aug 2015 - $34.00
We choose to have the FHUs. Sites are large, well spaced out, clean, and have a fire pit and table. Options of pull thru or back in. Very nice. Very clean park and helpful staff. - Just Jo
May 2015 - $30.00
We stayed at Reed Bingham for a few nights, heading North from Florida. The park is easy to get to from the highway and most of the sites looked to be easily accessed. We chose a pull thru, facing the woods, which was a premium site with water, 50 amps and sewer. As with all Georgia state parks, you reserve a site type and pick one that is open when you arrive. We have a 38' fifth wheel and there were quite a few site that would accommodate us. With the sewer hookups, we didn't use the showers, but I looked at them and they were very clean. There is a dump station for those without sewer hookups. There is tree cover, but the sites aren't very private.
The park is fairly large, with a lake in the middle. There is a lot to do, hiking, biking, canoeing, picnicking. It is a fairly popular park on the weekends and they were supposed to be full the weekend we were there, but the weather kept a group of Girl Scouts away. Even still, the campground was very busy despite the weather.
This isn't a place to stay if you want nightlife or lots of dining options. We explored the area and can recommend Horse Creek Winery for the food and wine tasting.
The convenience of the park and ease of access are a plus for travelers. We would stay again, for that reason. - Uno Mas
May 2015 - $28.00
We stayed for 2 nights in the beginning of May. There were two other RVs and a tent camper besides us, and we soon found out why - GNATS!! It was gnat season, and they were relentless! We picked out site 14, which was a nice back-in site that backed up to the forest. Campground hosts were incredibly nice. Our advice - worth a visit, but don't come during gnat season!! - LanderWust